Temple Street, Llandrindod Wells, Powys, LD1 5DYAdele Davies
The Metropole is your ideal location within Mid Wales to enjoy your wedding celebrations. Our professional team will enable you to plan and enjoy your special day with the minimum of fuss.
Whether you are planning a large celebration or smaller more intimate gathering of family and friends we will have a room that will be ideal for your guests needs accompanied by delicious food chosen by you from a wide selection of menus designed by our award winning head chef, Nick Edwards.
During every year we host wedding receptions following church or registry office marriages. We also have 4 licensed rooms for civil marriages in the hotel.
From your initial enquiry with our sales office to final arrangements for your special day we will guide you through the whole event.
Tailor-made wedding packages are available to include wedding breakfasts and evening parties with preferential rates for overnight guests. Our packages include a "Master of Ceremonies" for the special day and a complimentary "Day Escape" spa package for our bride and groom.
Open all the time
Parking : free
Public Transport : Llandrindod Wells station
See location on Google maps.
Located in the centre of Llandrindod Wells The Metropole Hotel is easily accesible by Road. The A483 passes in front of the hotel. Our large car park is situated to the rear of the hotel.
If you are coming from the south the best route is over the second Severn Bridge and up the A449 then A40 to Abergavenny. This is all Motorway or Dual carriageway. It is about 45 miles to Llandrindod from Abergavenny.
From the east take the A44 from the M5
From the north take the M56 off the M6 then the A483
Location Distance Time:
•Cardiff 68 miles – 1 hour 30mins
•Manchester 122 miles – 2 hours 25mins
•London (Paddington) 192 miles – 3 hours 15mins
•Birmingham 76 miles – 1 hour 50mins
•Chester 79 miles – 1 hour 45mins
•Bristol 88 miles 1 hour 40mins
Llandrindod Wells train station is a short walk from the hotel and is linked by the Heart of Wales line to Swansea and Shrewsbury. Trains run about four times a day.